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I hope that every traveler has the opportunity to experience sunrise from a temple in Bagan - one of the most astonishing places on earth. In general, the history of Burma is amazing. Specifically, the history of Bagan is unlike any other on...
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Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)
Pandaw river expeditions are atmospheric journeys more akin to a floating piece of history than a busy cruise ship. The grand replicas of colonial river steam ships are decked out with comfortable furnishings, finished with brass and teak and...
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Take a side trip from the much-traveled Bagan and take a quiet afternoon to dodge the monkeys and relax at the temple atop Mount Popa.
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Pindale, Myanmar (Burma)
One of the "long-tail" boats that the fishermen use in the shallows of the Irrawaddy River. The red sunsets are caused by the burning of wood for cooking.
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Some villages hug the Irrawaddy, which they use for laundry, bathing and drinking. This is near Bagan, Myanmar.
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The people are so friendly and welcoming and are happy to meet foreigners. They are hungry for information.
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Indochina
The villages are tiny in and around the Stupas of Bagan, each with their own little markets, and very friendly vendors.
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Bagan is chock full of Buddhist temples from the 10th and 11th centuries. It's best to view temples in the early morning or at sunset when the temperatures are low and the light is optimal for photography. Be sure to visit temples that are big,...
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Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)
The secret to having a good time in Bagan has nothing to do with getting there - all that takes is faith in a Burmese pilot and his ancient aircraft, or an unwavering belief that your 13-hour bus ride from Yangon will actually deliver you to the...
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Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)
The ancient history preserved in the architecture of Bagan provides a unique insight into some of the country's modern political struggles. Throughout Burmese history, religion and rulers have been inextricably linked. The temples of Bagan were...
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If you don't mind walking barefoot on monkey crap, fearless monkeys, and hauling yourself up hundreds of steps, climbing Mount Popa might be for you. Actually, the monkeys only bother if you have food, the monkey crap is dried and the steps are...
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Shan, Myanmar (Burma)
For a true taste of local culture in Myanmar's portion of the Golden Triangle, the central market in Kyaingtong is a colourful hub of commerce. It plays host to a mix of tribal people from the hills, fresh and unusual produce and delicious dining...
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Katha, Myanmar (Burma)
The small riverside town on the Irrawaddy River was the model for Kyauktada in George Orwell's novel Burmese Days. Squint your eyes and you can imagine how things were in the era when Orwell resided here. There's not much in the town itself, but...
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Myanmar (Burma)
One of the most accessible destinations in Chin State, Mt Victoria (Nat Ma Taung) is also one of the most alluring spots in the country. The mountain itself is, at 3053metres, Myanmar's second highest and it stands amid a beautiful national park...
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Mekong Riverside Road, Ban Horxieng, ຫຼວງພະບາງ, Laos
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